While Kate Middleton wasn't eligible to serve as maid of honour or a bridesmaid at her sister Pippa's wedding due to her marital status, she instead made her own personal contribution to the ceremony.
With her known love of the arts and college background of art history, the Duchess of Cambridge drew a sketch of the church that was printed on their wedding order of service program.
Middleton unveiled her talent with the magnificent drawing of St Mark’s church in Englefield, photographed in the hands of James Matthews' mother.
According to The Sun, the couple's ceremony reverend Nick Wynne-Jones touched on Kate's illustration, saying it was a "lovely piece."
The publication added that Pippa's new husband also gave thanks to her unique contribution in his reception speech.
He said: “And to Pippa’s sister Kate, such ability – a beautiful drawing of St Mark’s church in the order of service."
James also praised the Duchess for her reading and her children's contribution to the bridal party.
“A flawless reading and a kind loan of two adorable little ones," he added.